As anxiety over foreigners grows, Singapore PM warns against turn inwards
- Worries over jobs have turned the focus on its high immigration levels, an issue emphasized by opposition parties
- Singapore's political stability and pro-business policies have long attracted investments from big global firms
SINGAPORE : Singapore must remain open to overseas talent even as it tightens immigration curbs to preserve local jobs, its prime minister said on Wednesday, warning a turn inwards would be a blow for the global business hub facing a record recession.
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